Research into breeding a new variety of barley that uses fertiliser more efficiently and prevents runoff into waterways is underway at the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA).
Research into reducing the impacts of wind turbines and disturbance from forestry activity on the endangered Tasmanian wedge-tailed eagle is underway at the University of Tasmania.
Four University of Tasmania researchers have contributed to the latest IPCC report on climate change and the actions we can take to mitigate its impact.
You can never be too prepared to hike in the Tasmanian wilderness, write Dr Vanessa Adams, Prof Jason Byrne, and Ms Noelle Nemeth.
Getting to the bottom of the cause of the extent and severity of these fires is essential for sustainable forest management, writes Professor David Bowman.
3D food printers could reduce waste and energy consumption involved in conventional food production.
Yee Von Teo is going to spend the next three years monitoring large mammals in Tasmania using drones for her doctoral research.
As NSW homeowners clean up after the recent floods, they are finding that the real pain lies ahead, writes Dr Chloe Lucas.
International research team finds strong evidence that a transmissable cancer will not lead to extinction for this iconic species